OCR Interpretation


The daily morning journal and courier. [volume] (New Haven, Conn.) 1894-1907, September 29, 1905, Image 6

Image and text provided by Connecticut State Library, Hartford, CT

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn84020358/1905-09-29/ed-1/seq-6/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for 7

KET HAVEN MOENING JOUENAL AND COTJBIER, FMD AY SEPTEMBER 29; 1S0S , . 7
WE RENT
and apply rent paid towards purchae, if desired
The A. B. CLINTON CO.
37 Church Street.
(.23
SI
STOCK MARET FEATURES
BULLISH FEEL1SG DAMPENED
BY HIGHER MONEY.
Rate Roue to 5 Per Cent. England's
Bank Bute Stiffened Also Stocks
Held With Firm Grasp No Selling
Pressure Bankers Are Sitting Over
a Volcano Says Sir. Shaw The Bank
Reserves.
Stocks -were inclined to rise yesterday,
but money roseto 5 per cent and this
dampened the ardor.
-The Bank of England's rate stiffened
op also and this added to the uneasi
ness. '
It was a dull day, the sales amount
ing to only 450,000 shares.
The proportion of reserve to liabil
ities of the Bank of England is now 40
per cent., compared with 68 per cent,
two years ago. Borrowers in the open
market in London have been paying
approximately 4 per cent, for some time.
With a 4 per cent, rate the demand for
gold -will be shifted to Paris.
It is believed that the banks had lost
$500,000 since last Friday. Therefore,
If loans are not decreased considerably
the bank reserve will be drawn down
still lower. '
'If gold arrives in considerable quan
tity early next week the money situa
tion will be easier.(
; Secretary Shaw In his Cleveland ad
dress yesterday reminds bankers that
they are constantly sitting over a vol
cano and that unless some permanent
change Is made In the currency system
the conditions that nearly produced a
panic in 1902 will some day be repated
'and not so sucessfully overcome.
In the late trading Chesapeake and
Ohio was madethe market leader, be
ing bid up nearly a point' on a few
thousand shares. The remainder of the
list, however, responded very poorly.
Predictions were made that to-day
loans made over Sunday will command
6 per cent., as the Influence of the Oc
tober J disbursements of above $70,000,
000 -will be felt then.
Yesterday's ' per cent, money rate
was the highest since July 1 and with
; that exception the highest of the year.
'The rate was reached early in the day;
then it relaxed a fraction, but went up
to 4 ' 3rt.a$, t!ie,;close. , .. .
Chicago Subway, 'after running up 6
points near the opening yesterday to
heavily dealt In between 53 and 54. The
57 1-2, broke again to below 54, and was
heaviest liquidation appeared to be over
before hodn. Sales of the day were
about 10,000. e
Specialists discussing market condi
tions yesterday said that there would
have to be a very substantial decline
in prices for any stop loss orders to be
caught; that In fact there wsre a good
jnnay buying orders in the market at
Blight reactions,
Dick Bros, & Co. said yesterday that
within a week the critical period fjr
the money market will be passed and
opt rations for the bull account in
BCQcka may then be conducted with
more safety. "
The bank of England's 4 por cent.
d'.scount rate for money yesterday was
notable, ' ae if. reaehei that figure for
the first time In'two ears.
Yesterday's rise In ca'l monsy to tha
5' per cent, basis made ad the large
benks heavy lenders on' the "Wall "strset
market. "Several millions wre imt out
at 5. per enfej and when the rate de
clined later to 4.J1-2, some oi the. large
lending institutions retired from the
- market temporarily. As soon as the
rate got back to 5 ler ceit, however,
there rwas a large amount sent to the
stock exchange, and the banks Instruct,
ed 'heir-brokers to lend heavv addi
tional amounts at 6 cur cent., if thya
could take it at that figure.
HILL-HOUSE LEGACY RECEIVED.
City ;
Treasurer Gets. $10,000 for New
Drive or Bridge.
.. City Treasurer S. Fred Strong yester
day received from the executors of Isa
phene Hillhouse a check for $10,000, the
amount of a legacy left to the city for
the purpose of building a new drive in
East Rock park, or a bridge, to be
named after the testatrix.
The funds, will be held by the city
treasurer until such time as the park
commission decides to make use of it.
The commission has not yet decided
Whether the fund will be used for a
drive or a bridge.
quoted higher,, call loans going to five
per cent and the supply was obviously
growing scarcer. Some slight effect on
prices of stocks was produced but the
principal result in the stock market
was the. stagnation, of the speculation.
Various factors conduced to the course
of the money market. Doubtlee8 there
is an expensive shifting of loans going
on to prepare for the great syndicate
operations which fall due on Saturday,
but aside from this the actual cash
reserves of the banks .are subject to
Increasing drain. The event of the
day was the advance in the Bank of
England discount rate o a full one per
cent to four-per cent., carry'ng it back
to the level of two years ago, since
which time It had progressively declin
ed until the advance of three weeks
ago. The proportions of: the banks' re.
serve to liabilities is down to 40.03 per
cent., which is lower than the reserve
has stood for, many years. . It compares
with the percentage of 57:1-8 this time
last year. The advance la the, sterling
rate at Paris also indicated the effect
on the Paris money market. The effect
will be to throw obstacles in the way
of the movement of gold to New York.
The price of gold was marked down in ! Wheeling & Lake Erie
Great Northern By pf ..324
Hocking Valley .. .. fcS
Illinois Central 18H4
International Paper !0
do pf 78
Iowa Central .. . . 27
K. C, Ft. S. & Memp pf.. S5i
Kansas City Southern. 26
do pf 55
Lake Erie & Western. 32
Louisville & Nashville ....154
Manhattan Elevated 165
Met. Securities 804
i Met. Street Railway 125
1 Mexican Central 24
Mo., Kansas & Texas 34
do pf 69
I Mo. Pacific .. 105 H
National Biscuit 55
National Lead 46 H
N. Y. Air Brake 163
N. V. Central & Hudson. .149
N. Y., Chicago & St Louis 54 1
N. Y. & New Haven 207
N. Y., Ontario & Western.. 64
Norfolk & Western 8514
do pf 91
North American 9S
Northern Pacific 210
Pacific Mail S. S 45
Pennsylvania K. R 1434
People's Gas, Chicago 103
Pressed Steel Car ti
do pf 95
Pullman Palace Car .. .. 250
Reading 121&
do pf 91
do 2d pf 95
Rep. Iron & Steel 23
do pf 90
Rock Island 32
do pf 79
Southern Railway 36
do pf 99
Southern Pacific 68 "&
do pf 119
St. L. & San Franci3co 2d.. 67
St. L. & Southwestern 23
do pf 61
Tennessee Coal & Iron .... &S
Third Avenue 126 1
Texas & Pacific 35
Tol., St. L. & Western 38
do pf 68
Twin City Rapid Transit... 117
Union Bag & Paper 10
Union Pacific 132
do pf 95
U. S. Express 122
V. S. Leather 12
IT. S. Realty & Improv 86
U. S. Rubber - 64
do pf 110
V. S. Steel 37
do pf 104
Wabash 22
do pf 41
Wells-Fargo Express 235
Western Union Telegraph.. 93
Westinghouse Electrical ..1167
do 2d pf
Wisconsin Central
.do.pf .. .. ..
25
29
68
-Ex-dlv.
United States Government Bonds.
Bid. Asked.
..103
..104
..104
..104
..103
..104
..105
.13
.134
London apparently In the confidence
that the rise; hi the bank rate would
prove an efficient protection. The for-,
eign exchange market here in New
York, however, receded in spite of the
hardening of foreign money markets.
The rise in local money rates seemingly
prompted renewed Offerings qf bankers'
bills. In was reported also that some
Increase in the supply of cotton bills
was perceptible In the exchange mar
ket. The resumption of refu'i'lm? an
nounced by the secretary of the treasury
made a good impression, but the relief
to tne money marKet oy tnis meinoa n r si es . . n?
will depend on the taking out of new j Philippine 4s 109
circulation which may result, and win
operate slowly at the best.
One or two stocks showed some de
gree of strength and helped to sustain
the market, notably Southern Pacific,
which was the subject of revived ru
mors of early dividend action. The late
movement in Chesapeake & Ohio was
similar, but was of slight effect on the
closing tone, which was easy.
Bonds were dull and heavy. Total
sales, par value, $3,025,000,
United States 2s declined 3-8 on call.
32T
1
20
79
2S
85
27
55
35
154
165
80
125 W
24?
34
69
105
55
46
156
149
54
209
65
85
92
99
211
45
143.
103
44
95
254
121
92
96
23
90
33
80
36
100
69
119
68
24
62
86
127
35
38
68
118
10
132
96
125.
12
87
54
111
. 37
1023
.!
93
169
18
25
30
69
2s, reg., 1930 ..
2s, coup,, 1930 ..
3s, reg., 1908 : . .
3s, coup., 1908
3s, small bonds
4s, reg., 1907 . ..
4s, coup., 1907 . ,
4s. reg.. 1925...
4s, coup., 1925
104
104
105
105
105
106
134
134
110
Cotton Market.
Reported by Dlok Bros. & Co., mem
bsrs of New York Stock and Cotton Ex
changes. Branch offic. 33 Center Street,
High. Low. Lasu
Otft .. ..
Nov . .
Dec .. ..
Jan . . . .
I Feb . . . .
' March . .
Wheat-
1054
1075
1082
1096
1043
1062
1069
1083
1051-52
1061-63
1072-73
1078-79
1086-87
1093-94
A'filF YORK STOCK MARKET.
Opening, Highest, Lowest Quotations.
On the Hew York Stock Exchange
reported by Prince & Whltely. Bankers
and Brokers, Eg Broadway, New York,
and IS Center street. Now Haven, Conn.
Open. High. Low. Close.
139
. 89
105
111
7lg
.211
. 57
21
181
Z15
Amal. Copper.... 82
Am. Car 36
Am. Cotton Oil.. 30
Am. Locomotive 524
do nf 11294
Am. Smelting.. 127
Am. Sugar. . . .
A., T. & S. F . .
do pf
Balto. & Ohio. .
Brooklyn R. T.
Central of N. J.
Ches. & Ohio..
Chic. & Gt W.
C, M. & St. P...
Chic. & N. W . .
C, C, C. & Sf. L100
Col. F. & 1 44
Consol. Gas. . . . 181
Can. Pacific. ... 174
Del. & Hudson 216
Erie 49
- do pf 82
Gen. Electric. . 182
111. Central 181
Louis. & Nash.. 154
Manhattan HI... 165
Met. St. Ry 125
Met. Securities. 80
M., K. & T pf. ... 69
Mo. Pacific 105
N. Y. C. & H....160
N. Y.. O. & W....85
Nor. & Western. 85
Pacific Mail 45
Pennsylvania . 143
People's Gas.. 103
Reading 121
do 1st pf... 91
Rep. I. & S 23
do pf -. 90
Rock Island. ... 33
do pf 79
Southern Pacific 69
Southern Ry , .... 36
do pf....r, 100-'100-,100
lenn. v;. cc 1 sts bS 86
Texas & Pacific. 35 35
Union Pacific ..132 132
.. 55 55
110 111
37 37
104 104
,. 41 42
. 93 93
83
36
30
52
112
127
139
90
105
112
71
212 ,
58
21
182
215
100
44
181
175
216
60
82
182
183
154
165
125
80
69
105
150
85
85
45
143
103
122
91
23
-90
33
79
69
36
82 83
35 35
29 30
62 52
112 112
126 126
138
89
105
111
71
211
67
21
1S0
215
100
43
181.
173
216
49
81
181
181
153
165
125
80
69
104
149 149
! Bt
85 85
45 45
142' 143
103 103
120 121
i 91
139
89
105
111
71
212
58
21
1S0
215
100
44
181
174
216
49
81
181
181
154
165
125
80
69
105
23
90
32
79
68
36
U. S. Rubber.
-do pf...-.;
U. S. Steel
do pf . . .
Wabash pf...
W. U. Tel....
35
131
64
110
37
104
41
93
Closing Prices.
23
90
32
79
69
36
100
86
35
132
54
111
37
104
42
93
f
TROLLEY CAR HITS AUTO.
Mrs. Warner, of Watertown, Slightly
Hurt in Church Street Accident.
An automobile containing Mr. and
Mrs. E. W. Warner, of Watertown, was
struck by a trolley car at Elm and
Church streets yesterday noon. The
car was turned completely around, but
escaped serious damage. Mrs. Warner
got a bad bump on her forehead.
Bystanders say that the motorman
was not to blame, as Mr. Warner took
a dangerous chance In trying to scoot
acros the trolley's bows.
ffttiauctal.
YESTERDAY'S STOCK MARKET.
Perceptible Pinch In Money Conditions
Its Effect Shown.
, New York, Sept. 28. There was a
perceptible pinch in money conditions
The following arte the closing prices
reported by Prince- & 'WhRely; Bankers
and Brokers, 26 Broadway, New York,
and 15 Center street, ljtow;Havcn,Conn.:
Adams Express .. . t..240 "
Amalgamated Copper , .v : s 83
Am.- Car Foundry -.-,-.7r.';-35
do pf V......V'.:i0O
Am. Cotton Oil.. .':..... ,i ,29
do pf 90
American Express ..... ;225
Am. Hide & Leather pf . ... ., 33
Am. Ice Securities ' ....... .51 6
American Linseed . . . . . '. 17
do pf .....,, 39
Am., Locomotive i. , 52
,'do pf 112
Am. Smelting & Refining. .126
ao Pt 121
Am. Sugar Refining 139
138
122
89
104
111
97
.11
do nf
Anaconda Copper Mining
Atch., Top. & Santa Fe...
'do of , ......
Balto. & Ohio . . ;
do pf
Brooklyn R. T. . . . ..
Brooklyn Union Gas . . ... ;
Brunswick Co .. .. 14:
Canada Southern 68
Canadian Pacific 174
Central of New Jersey 210
Ches. & Ohio i 58
Chic. & E. Illinois 130
Chicago Gt. Western.. 21
('1 A pf 77
Chic, Mil. & St. Paul 180
do pf .. ., .........188
Chic. & Northwestern 218 V,
Chic, St. P., M. & Omaha... 185"
Chicago Term. Trans 17
do pf 38
C, C, C. & St. Louis 99
Col. Fuel & Iron 44
Colorado Southern , 27
onsuiiaaiea lias 181
Del. & Hudson Canal
the effect, although the course of money Erie .. 49'
has been very definitely foreseen. Both ' J ja Pf ,' " ' " ' " 73"
call loans and time loan rates were General Ble'c'tric"i'.'..V.'..'.J.'lsb
250
83
35
100
30
98
235
34
27
18
41
52
113
127
122
13!)
13!)
123
80
105 '
112 1
98
7,1
190
15
69
174
213
58
138
21
78 14
380
190
214
195
19
39
100
44
28
184
217
446
. 90
50
lJl
73
181
Chicago Market.
Reported over private wire by W. B.
Smith & Co.. 71 Broadway, N. Y., New
Haven office, 840 Chapel street; Nor
tnan A. Tanner. Manager.
Open. High. Low. Close.
Dec . .
May . .
Corn
Dec . .
May
Oats
Dec .. ..
May . . . .
86-
87
44
44
28
30
88
45
44
28
30
85
87$
44
44
28
30
85
87$
44
44
28
30
Consolidated Stock Exchange.
Reported over private wire of W. B.
Smith & Co., 71 Broadway, New York.
New Haven office, 840 Chapel street.
Norman A. Tanner, Manager.
Opening. Hlgn. Low. C'oso.
Amal. Copper .. 82
Am. Locomotive 62
Am. Smelting. 127
Am. Sugar 139
A., T. & S. F 90
Balto. & Ohio.. .112
Brooklyn R. T.. 71
Can. Pacific.... 174
Ches. & Ohio. ... 57
Chic & Gt W... 21
C, M & St P.. ..181
C, R I & P S3
Col F & 1 44
Erie 49
111. Central ... 182
Louis & Nash.. 154
Met. St. Ry 125
Mex. Central .... 24
Mo. Pacific ... 105
N. Y. Central 150
N. Y.. O. & W. . 55
Nor. & Western 86
Pennsylvania . 143
Pressed Stl Car. .44
Reading 121
Rep. Steel 23
do pf . . 90
Southern Pacific 69
Southern Ry... 86
Tenn. C. & 1 86
Texas Pacific. 35
union Faclnc.
U. S. Steel,
do nf . . .
Wabash . .
do pf
Sales, 73,630.
S3 82 83
62 62 52
127 126 126
89
111
173
67&
21
180
32
43
49
182
153" 154
12b
90
112
72
174
69
21
IggH
33
44
50
183
154
125 125
24 24
105
150
65
89
111
71
21
181
a
49
183
143
44
122
23
90
69
36
86
35
105
149
64
85
142
44
120
23
90
68
86
35
!4
105
149
54
85
143
44
i
23
69
36
86
. 132' 132 131 132
...37 37$ 37 37
,104 104 104. 104
42 42 42 42
Boston Stock Quotations,
Reported over private wire Of Horn
blower & Weeks, members of New York
and Boston Stock Exchanges; New Ha
veh office 27 Center street
' High. Low. Bid. Asked.
3
26
Adventure.
Allouez . .
Arcadian .
Atlantic ,:
Bingham .
Boston Cons.... S
Calumet-Hecla .i65
Centennial .. . 27
Copper Range.. 72
Daly West.......
Franklin 15
Granby .; ...... 7
Greene 26
.Isle Royal 22
Mass. Con 9
Moha wk . .
North. Butte .
Old Dominion.
Osceola
Parrot
Quincy .......
Shannon . .
Tamarack
Trinity 8
U. S. Mining... 37
Utah Con 47
-Wolverine 117
8
37
3
26
8W
665
27
71
15
25
22
9
. 50 . ,49
27 27
102 .102
26 26
7
39
3
30
8
660
27
71
14
15
7
25
22
9
103
. 8
125
103
7
125
8
36
46
117
27
102
26
103
1257
8
36
46
-S
39
3
31
8
665
85
2II
'It
27
102
2-T
105
8
125
36
46
Aa Agr. Cheni. 23 22 2 22
do pf 93 64
Swift & Co... 10t 198 108 109
United Shoe 77 , 774 78
do pf 31 32
United Fruit.. 110 19 109 110
Amer. Tel 141 140
United Conner. 34 34 33U, 3414
Orovllle Dredging
Camp Bird Ltd.
Clencgnlta Copper
Bsperonza Ltd.
Kendall of Slontana
Calumet and Af
North Butte
Dealt in bp
CATLIN & POWELL CO.
GENERAL MINING) BROKERS,
35 Wall street, . , . -, . few Yovtb
Diet Cia k Co.
SO Broad Street H. T.
MEMBERS 09
N. Y. Stock Exchange.
N. Y. Cotton Exchanged
STOCKS. BONDS.
COTTON.
Branch Office,
33 CENTER. STR.E.E.T
E. B. BAHES, Xidnager.
E
THAT INSURES.
Norths Agency has been
selling Insurance in
New Haven for over
Fifty Years.
Our best friends are those
with whom we have ad
justed losses, during that
period.
Moral INSURE WITH
NORTH office ist Build
ing North of Post Office
Lorn as & Nettleton
BANKERS AND BROKERS.
137 Orange Street
Certificates of Deposit Issued
Investment Securities nought and Sold
Loans and Real Estate
Insurance of every description
Surety Bonds Executed Immediately.
Care of Estates
RATIONAL
TRADESMEN! BANK
of New Haven
Thoroughly equipped in all depart
ments to promptly and properly
serve corporations, firms and individuals.
WILLIAM T. FIELDS, President.
ROBERT A. BROWN, Vice-Pres.
FRED'K C. BURROUGHS, Cashier
FRANK B. PRISBIE.Ass't Cashier
ESTABLISHED 1855.
STOCKS-BONDS-DIAMONDS
are safe in a safe
place only.
Safe Deposit Boxes.
Jo. per year. Accessible
every business day.
T?f NEW HATEM tm
TRUST COMPANY
43 cnuncn strut.
The Union Trust Go
NEW HAVEN.
CHARTERED by the State of Con
necticut with authority to ac as
Executor, Administrator, Guardian Re.
ceiver, or Trustee, under will or deed
Is a legal depository of money naki
Into Court and ail public Trust Funds
Acts as Trustee for Municipalities. Cor
porations, and individuals, and admin
isters trusts of all kinds. Empowered
to act as registrar of stocks, bonds or
other evidence of indebtedness, manaira
sinking funds, and do all business such
as usually done by trust companies
It also does a general banking bus
iness, collecting checks, notes, coupons
end receives deposits. The principal of
each trust is invested by itself and keot
separate and apart from the general
assets of the Company.
, This Company is by law regularly ex
amined by the bank examiner of the
State of Connecticut.
HENRY 1.. iiotchkiss, President.
EUGENE S. BRISTOL, Treasurer.
MERCANTILE SAFE
DEPOSIT COMPANY.
FURNISHES A CONVENIENT
AND SECURE PLACE FOR
THE DEPOSIT OF YOUR SE
CURITIES AND VALUABLES.
72 CHURCH STREET.
If you have never had a check
ing account, you cannot appreciate
its convenience. Once tried you
will not give it up. Our services
are at your disposal.
THE YALE NATIONAL
OF NEW HAVE!!,
WE OFFER
25.00G.
WILKES-BARRE & HAZLETON
RAILROAD COMPANY.
5 BONDS
PRICE TO NET 5 PER CENT.
C. E.Thompson & Sons.
810 Chapel Street.
Bvestment
Securities
Railroad and
Corporation Bonds.
Guaranteed Stocks,
Securities Suitable
for-
Estates and Trust
Funds. .
frank S. Btittervorth,
Telephone-CTC. , - t .
Exchange Building, New Haven.
flEW HAVEN
, COVNTY
National Bank.
317 STATE STREEl.
ESTABLISHED 1S3L
Capital, . . $350,000
Surplus and Profits, $350,000
THIS BANK OFFERS TO DE
POSITORS EVERT FACIL
ITY FOR BUSINESS 'AND INVITES
THE ACCOUNTS OF CORPORA
TIONS, FIRMS, AND INDIVID
UALS. EZEKIEL G. STODDARD,
President.
HORATIO G. REDFIELD,
Cashier.
WILLIAM G. REDFIELD,
Ant Cashier.
INVESTMENT BONDS
FOR SAVINGS BANKS AND
TRUST ESTATES
FOR SALE BT
EDWIN G. RUSSELL
Investment Broker,
67 Center Street.
HORHBLOWER & WEEKS
MEMBERS OF
NEW YORK and BOSTON
Stock Exchanges.
NEW HAVEN OFFICE,
27 Center Street
Telephone 342.
FRANK D. WETMORE,
Manager.
New York Office, 120 Broadway.
Boston Office, 03 State Street.
Investment Securities.
BRANCH OFFICE
ufy, lltLellaa & Co.,
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
57 Broadway, New York.
MEMBERS OF
New York Stock Exchange.
Bonds and Stocks
Bought and sold on commission for cash
or carried on margin; also Cotton,
Cirnlu and Provisions,
Investment Securities
A SPECIALTY.
New Haven Branch, 29 and 31 Center St.
I OFFER A CHOICE LINE
OF WATER AND GAS BONDS
S500 and $1000
Denomination
Suitable for Careful Investors
6
PK$-B. SMITH,
gitttrtainmtiits.'
HYPERION THEATRE
6. 6. and Lee Shubert, Managers.
To-night Maurice Campbell pesent
HENRIETTA CROSSMAN and hercom.
pany in her greatest success.
"MARY, MARY, QUITE CONTRARY"
In this play Miss' Grossman has
eclipsed all pervious successes. Seats
now on sale. Prices 25, 60, 75, II.
M.60.
SATrnmv c.nt fn c? o t . -
Shubert offers the renowned beauty
and singer, GRACE VON STI UDIFOHD,
comic opera success, tAI)y TKXL13.W
a spectacular musical version of Sher-
rnmnnnr inn Wn tl. .
, .r - v-j. waguuiLiClll, 1 Bi:rriwiy.
gorgeous gowns and augmented orches
tra. Seats now on sale Prices 25. 50.
Tuesday and Thursday, Oct S and 4
VIOLA ALLEN 1
In Clyde Fitches Comedy, "THE T0 4ST
OF THE TOWN" Seats on sale Saturday
September, 30 Prices 25, 60, 75, il.
$1.50. 2.00. ' '
W. B. SMITH & CO.,
STOCK BROKERS
Will REMOVE From Their,
Present Ofllee.,. ' '
849 Chapel St.:
24 CENTER STREET
SeptL 30th. '
N. E. TANNERIVfgVrj
Milium cn
, CORRESPONDENTS OF " '
Ennis 4 Stoppani
MEMBERS
Consolidated Stock Echange.
New Yorki" Produce Exchange.
Chicago Broad of Trade.
BOSTON. PWTArtn
EO Congress St. 401-403 Rookery Bids',
BROKERS,
, 38 Broad Street. New Torlr.
Private wires to New York and nhion
Room 1, 1010 Chaple Street
Opposite Osbora Hall,
Niagara Light, Heat and
Power Conipany
OI Tonawanda and North Tonawanda,
N.-.V
Suburbs ot Buffalo, Nf. f.
Is Mtjre. B per cent Bonds, due i 9853,
Special circular on application.
JAIES H.PARISH & CO
Succeeding Newton Parish,
INVESTMENT BANKERS,
69 Orange street. New Hares, Conn,
IL C.
N & CO.,
DEALERS
m
INVESTMENT
SECURITIES
mi
lew
c m
Bankers and Brokers,
No. 52 Broadway, New York,
AND
15 Center Street, New Haven
Members N.T. Stock Exchange, Produce
Exchange, and Chicago Board of Trade.
C. B. BOLMER,
Manager New Haven Branch.
ALL CLASSES OP RAILWAY
STOCKS AND BONDS. ALSO GRAIN.
PROVISIONS and COTTON BOUGHT
AND SOLD ON COMMISSION.
Connected by Private Wire with New
York, Boston and Chicago.
Investment Securities
IF YOU
are about to open an account or are
contemplating making any changes, we
would suggest an Interview with us.
We offer every convenience possible
and every prlvelege consistent with
safety.
THE MERCHANTS
NATIONAL BANK
974 State St., Opp. Wooster St.
... OFFICERSl
D. A. Alden, Cnxh. U. V. Whipple, A. C.
H. C. Warren, Pren. In IX. EuitUsh, V. P.
U. . JUUNNELX, Manager.
T1l,or.?da? Friday, Saturday, September
28,29, 30. MATINBB SATURDAY
Chas. E. Blaney Presents , .
, LOTTIE WIULIAMS .
In the New Comedy and Drama
"MY TOMBOY GIRL" v
60 People SO .
BIJOU THEATRE.
ALL THIS WEEK
CREO
and a strong Supporting -SHOW
10 BIG ACTS 10
POLI'S POPULAR PRICES.
DANBURY FAIR
MONDAY to SATURDAY,
OCTOBER 2 to 7, 1903
G. M. Bundle, Secretary.
Vi V BC1CUV XjO
?nw0ai tH?r..tean Front- AtlantU
tati ' i ' i i un eslabllsneQ repu-
patronage. Hot and cold salt and tresh
telephone in rooms. Artesian water.
lustrated booklet. Orchestra of Solo.
IBIS. NEWT.TJJ HATVira
GRAND ATLANTIC HOTEL, Virgln
la Ave. and Beach, Atluntlc City, NJ,
Rooms en suite with private baths. Hoi
flnH rrtlA BHD wqaw KnV. T-. i : i . I
sun parlors, steam heated. Exoellenl
table. Rates J..00 per day: 110.00 week
ly. Write for 1905 booklet. Coach meet!
Last Oklahoma Official to JEngnge U
Motels.
The
HOF-BRAU HAUS,
has a high class-
, GERMAN KITCHEN
and the following f onions
FOUR IMPORTED BEERS
Bnrger Bran Pllsen
Munchener Hof-Brnn,
Narnherger Tncher Braa,
AVurzbniger Burger Brnu
Enough Said lanrc'ro'S,
HOTEL CARDB
Opposite Union Depot,
NEW HAVEN, CONN.
Connecticut's Largest Hotel
Americas Plan Strictly Transient
Cafe Boulevard,
Fisher Bros,, 67-69 . Orange Street.
Ladies and Gentlemen's Restaurant.
NOW OPEN
Meals a al carte at all hours.
Everything first-class. Hours: S a
m. to 12 p. m. Sunday, 9 a. m, to 9 p. nx
NON TAXABLE INVESTMENTS .
New Haven Water Co. Stock.
To In City Rapid Co. Stock. '
Consolidated Railway Co. 4s. '
Conn. Railway & Lighting 4, r
Norwich Street Ry. Ss. ;
New Haven Street Ry. 6s. i
New Haven Gn Light Deb. l
United 111. Co. 4s.
Shlppan Point Land Co. 6
The Ch as. W. Scranton Co,
INVESTMENT BROKERS.
103 Orange St.
September Investments
Non-Taxable
FOR SALE. ' -New
Haven Gas Light Co.
Consolidated Ry Debentures, 1055.
Consolidated Railway JJ-4s of 1D30.
Connecticut Railway 4 of 1051.
New Kaven Gas Light Convertibles.
Now Kaven Water Co. Convertibles.
New Hnven Street Rntlwny Cs.
N. V. N. II. & 11. R. R.. .3 and 4's. .'
United Illumlnatiag Co. 4s.
New London, East Lyme Railway Ba.
Kimljerly, Eoot & Daj
Private Wire New Tort and Boston,
Telephone 1109.
CASTOR! A
for IiJants and Children.
The Kind Yea Have Always Sought
Boars the
Signature of I

xml | txt